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Residential Care Homes in New Jersey

There are 822 senior living providers in New Jersey, including 8 residential care homes. With costs of residential care communities in New Jersey typically ranging from $1,506 to $6,975 per month, the median annual cost adds up to around $48,870. The monthly national average cost is about $2,625.

The Northern New Jersey metro area generally has the highest residential care community expenses in New Jersey, with annual costs of approximately $62,550 and ranging between $2,460 per month and $7,538 per month. The lowest residential care community costs in the state are in and around the Ocean City area, where they range from $2,775 to $4,589 per month. Here, the average annual expense runs approximately $44,181.

The SeniorScore™ for New Jersey is 72. With a combined population of approximately 8,791,894, it ranks as the 11th largest state in the US. Among this population, about 27% are over the age of 55. On average, residents have a life span of about 80.3.

The average household income in New Jersey is $96,017, with a median income of approximately $76,347, and per capita earnings of around $35,669 on an annual basis. The state has a very high overall cost of living. The current unemployment rate of around 8.76%.

New Jersey typically has a mild climate, with average temperatures around 52.6 degrees. The low temperature is around 42.1 and the high temperature averages 62 degrees.

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